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Apple Meringue


Pare, core and cut into quarters 12 large tart apples and stew them the same as in foregoing recipe; put the cores and peels covered with water over the fire and boil to a pulp; strain through a jelly bag; measure the liquor; allow for 1 pint liquor 1 pound sugar; boil the liquor 10 minutes; then add the sugar; stir until melted; then remove from fire; pile the apples up high in a dish, pour over the jelly and when cold cover with a thick layer of meringue; set it for a few minutes in a cool oven and serve when cold. Apple marmalade may be used instead of apple jelly and put into the dish in alternate layers with the apples.


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Desserts and Salads (1920).

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